By Ed and Deb Shapiro: Although ‘make love not war’ may be the key to a better life it’s sadly not what we see when we look around us.
by: Mahatma Gandhi: We constantly pronounce judgments upon the value of actions. Some actions satisfy us and others do not.
Mahatma Gandhi’s speech at the London Vegetarian Society on 20th November, 1931.
by Will Donnelly: You know, Gandhi was right when he suggested we become the change we wish to see in the world…
By Sita Kapadia: October 2, 1995, was the hundred and twenty-sixth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s birth. Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy to the world,
by James Altucher: First, two small stories:
Mahatma Gandhi, the leader of the movement for India’s independence from Great Britain and the man considered the father of the country by many Indians,
What would he make of the Modern Day ‘Yoga’ movement?
Mahatma Gandhi needs no long introduction. Everyone knows about the man who lead the Indian people to independence from British rule in 1947.
By Unto Tahtinen: When I for the first time came to India, 1954, I stayed for two weeks at Sabarmati Ashram and then at Sevagram. My first impression was that they were a sort of museums.